Thoughts on this Christmas Eve

Christmas presents on the Beach - the SeeShell Consulting wayI love Christmas. I had a mom who instilled the joy, wonder, and appreciation of traditions that created memories to last a lifetime. Oh, how I miss her this time of the year. Always, actually, but I feel it more during the bright and shiny holidays.

As I saw the quote above on my quiet Christmas Eve morning, it kickstarted my reflection of the last year. I’ll post more thoughtful musings before 2022 kicks in. 
In the meantime, I’m reminded of all we’ve experienced, personally and collectively, over the past year. Tenderness is warranted, for ourselves and each other. Forgiveness for what we could have done better, grace for ourselves as we may not have gotten to all we wanted to (damn Covid!), and appreciation of the people and the lessons that crossed our paths. May 2022 be better, kinder, and happier. 
I wish everyone courage and strength for the present. Some of us may need it more than others as holidays are faced without being around all those we love. I’m so ready for peopley activities and events again. For this year, I’m leaning into gratitude for who I’m able to see, what we’re able to do, and enjoying what presents itself.

Most importantly, I send out hope for the new year and a future that allows us to see each other again. In person! A 2022 where we can share the happiness and excitement for what’s next, knowing we can get through anything, especially with the love and support of our people. 

Me? My heart bursts with appreciation for each of you. Your support of what I’ve been trying to build has been a gift over the last year (or two!) and I thank you for accompanying me on this journey, in whatever form it has taken.

Peace and love from me to you and yours for a Merry Christmas, Blessed Kwanzaa, Happy Hanukkah, or whatever holiday is your tradition. Here’s to 2022 being an opportunity to build new happy memories with family as well as old and new friends, colleagues, and clients. ❤️
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